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[audio]Reed Bye class 3 August 1980 - Bye, Reed
Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Reed Bye presents a second class on Shakespeare's Hamlet, discussing the medieval view of the universe and the revolution of thought in the Renaissance, the four humours and the four elements, modes of action in the play, and the musci of the speheres. The class also performs a close reading of Hamlet's "to be or not to be" speech. (Continued on 80P164). This is class 3 of 4.
Downloads: 159
[audio]Reed Bye class 2 August 1980 - Bye, Reed
Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Reed Bye presents a class on Shakespeare's Hamlet. In this class, Bye and the students continue their reading of Hamlet, debating the timing of the seduction of Gertrude and focusing on the appearance of the ghost of the king. (Continued from 80P161). This is class 2 of 4
Downloads: 71
[audio]Reed Bye class 1 August 1980 - Bye, Reed
Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Reed Bye presents a class in the series "Rotating Shakespeare" on the play Hamlet. Bye describes the history of criticism on Hamlet and the origins of the Hamlet story, then presents a cosmological interpretation of Hamlet. The class then reads through the play, interspersing the reading with discussion of individual scenes. (Continued on 80P162). This is class 1 of 4.
Downloads: 94
[audio]Reed Bye class 2 August 1980 - Bye, Reed
Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Reed Bye presents a class on Shakespeare's Hamlet. In this class, Bye and the students continue their reading of Hamlet, debating the timing of the seduction of Gertrude and focusing on the appearance of the ghost of the king. (Continued from 80P161). This is class 2 of 4
Downloads: 48
[audio]Reed Bye class 1 August 1980 - Bye, Reed
Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Reed Bye presents a class in the series "Rotating Shakespeare" on the play Hamlet. Bye describes the history of criticism on Hamlet and the origins of the Hamlet story, then presents a cosmological interpretation of Hamlet. The class then reads through the play, interspersing the reading with discussion of individual scenes. (Continued on 80P162). This is class 1 of 4.
Downloads: 173
[audio]Reed Bye class 3 August 1980 - Bye, Reed
Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Reed Bye presents a second class on Shakespeare's Hamlet, discussing the medieval view of the universe and the revolution of thought in the Renaissance, the four humours and the four elements, modes of action in the play, and the musci of the speheres. The class also performs a close reading of Hamlet's "to be or not to be" speech. (Continued on 80P164). This is class 3 of 4.
Downloads: 70
[audio]Reed Bye, Dharma talk, June, 1988. - Bye, Reed
A short talk by Reed Bye on the increasing mindfulness that comes from dharma practice, including a question and answer session.
Downloads: 261
[audio]Reed Bye class 4 August 1980 - Bye, Reed; Waldman, Anne; Whalen, Philip
Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Philip Whalen, Pericles, August 1980. On the first half of the recording, Reed Bye continues his class on Shakespeare's "Hamlet," focusing on Hamlet's conversations with Ophelia and Gertrude. In the second half, Philip Whalen presents a class on Shakespeare's "Pericles," concentrating on anachronisms in the play, its staging, and the educational background of the playwrights and audiences of Shakespeare's period...
Downloads: 47
[audio]Reed Bye class 4 August 1980 - Bye, Reed; Waldman, Anne; Whalen, Philip
Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Philip Whalen, Pericles, August 1980. On the first half of the recording, Reed Bye continues his class on Shakespeare's "Hamlet," focusing on Hamlet's conversations with Ophelia and Gertrude. In the second half, Philip Whalen presents a class on Shakespeare's "Pericles," concentrating on anachronisms in the play, its staging, and the educational background of the playwrights and audiences of Shakespeare's period...
Downloads: 66
[audio]Poetry Reading with Bye Waldman Ginsberg May 1980 - Bye, Reed; Ginsberg, Allen; Waldman, Anne
Reed Bye reads pieces including "Life and Death," "Life and Death," and "Simple House," and "To a Prisoner Waiting." Anne Waldman reads pieces including "Stones," "Waiting," and "Animals." Allen Ginsberg reads his "Ode to Failure," a Sapphic poem, and "Classical Bathtub Thoughts" among others. continued from 80P171
Downloads: 99
[audio]Reading of Indian poets May 1986 - Bye, Reed; Rosenthal, Bob; Waldman, Anne
A reading of the work of three Indian poets. The original language is read first, followed by the english translation. Reed Bye, Anne Waldman, and Bob Rosenthal read the translations.
Downloads: 349
[audio]Faculty Reading with Coultas, Bye, Burke, Guravich part 2 June 2003 - Burke, Junior; Bye, Reed; Coultas, Brenda; Hunt, Laird; Rugenstein, Laurie; Taylor, Steven
A reading from June of 2003. Performers on this tape are Brenda Coultas and Reed Bye with Steven Taylor, Junior Burke, and Laurie Rugenstein. Coultas reads from her book "The Bowery Project." Bye's band plays three songs including "Imagination Gets Real." This is part 2 of 2.
Downloads: 50
[audio]Colloquium 1988 - Bye, Reed; Corso, Gregory; Elmslie, Kenward; Foye, Raymond; Ginsberg, Allen; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Taylor, Steven; Waldman, Anne
[by Ann] End of a colloquium on collaboration which starts on 88P007.
Downloads: 482
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